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In the 1980s, geeky Adam uses a video camera to document his family's crazy life. His mother, Beverly, is overprotective and lacks boundaries, while his dad has a hot temper and finds it difficult to parent without screaming. Rounding out the clan are Adam's terrifying sister, Erica; his older brother, Barry, who has middle-child syndrome; and the family's beloved grandfather, Al "Pops" Solomon. Pops is responsible for wild antics, including offering drinks to Barry and teaching Adam about the ways of love -- which create more chaos in an already high-strung family.

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Beverly hopes to inspire the students when she substitutes for Barry's chemistry class; Adam accidentally embarrasses Emmy by reading a note about her in class.
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Beverly talks Erica into writing a Hannukah song, inspiring Barry to prove his own musical prowess; Adam discovers things he loved as a child aren't as good as he remembers.
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When Adam creates a basketball video that makes it look like he and his friends beat Barry at a game, Barry demands a rematch at the school gym; Beverly throws a surprise party for Murray's 50th birthday, despite his protests.
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Barry becomes jealous of Adam when he discovers Adam's new theater role requires him to kiss Lainey; Beverly substitute teaches one of Erica's classes and makes it a nightmare for her and other students.
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A shared love of "Knight Rider" brings Murray and Uncle Marvin together, until Adam ruins it; Beverly invites Lainey and Bill to Thanksgiving dinner, so Barry won't split his time between the two houses.
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Adam asks his dad for money to film his own action movie; Erica and Beverly go clothes shopping; Erica uses Beverly's sweaters to create her own version of a popular outfit.
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Adam gets in trouble with Beverly after he portrays her as a monster while writing a horror story; Erica forces Barry to attend a costume dance with her.
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Murray and Pop-Pop have a message war after getting their first-ever answering machines; Beverly worries about Adam's social standing when he starts spending his lunch time with some geeks in the computer room.
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Adam risks physical harm in a game of paintball; Erica's friends see through her fake boyfriend; Beverly misses seeing the Beach Boys at Live Aid, due to Murray's stubbornness.
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Erica and Lainey use technology to find a woman for Bill, while Beverly intends to find someone the old-fashioned way; Barry decides he wants to be a gym teacher and begins an apprenticeship with coach Mellor.
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Adam tries to up his coolness level on the first day of high school; Beverly gets her teaching certification but is subsequently demoted to sub-janitor; the Goldberg kids are sent to Saturday detention.
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Adam worries about being hazed by the upperclassmen in high school but earns their respect by bodyslamming Barry; Erica and her friends talk about their time capsule.
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Beverly and Lainey devise a plan to destroy Barry's favorite shirt; Murray decides it's time to dismantle the family treehouse.
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When Beverly receives last-minute mom coupons for Mother's Day, she feels upset; Adam wants to go to space camp.
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Adam betrays his friends after becoming captain of the gym class; Erica encounters resistance from Beverly and Murray when she decides she wants to go to college.
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Adam becomes a magician to impress a girl; although Barry doesn't want to take the PSAT, he is troubled when he discovers his friends are taking it.
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Adam sets up a scheme to get as many tapes as possible from a mail-order music club; Barry tries to get the approval of Lainey's father.
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Beverly helps Erica plan a dance with a "Dirty Dancing" theme; Murray doesn't have much luck when he tries to learn to dance.
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Barry tries to gain respect at school by making Ball Ball popular; Beverly hopes the latest furniture craze will raise sales at Murray's store.
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Dana is not enthusiastic about going to a "Weird Al" Yankovic concert; after becoming peer counselors at school, Barry and Erica notice signs of depression in Murray.
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Murray encourages Adam to break the rules, leading to Beverly taking away Adam's phone privileges on Valentine's Day; Barry goes overboard as he tries to impress Lainey.

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